Good news: Westminster has been reformed by Hurricane #MeToo.

Bad news: The Sexism Shamestorm will leave Rotherham and Rochdale untouched.




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  1. Is it related to the minimum wage? The reason I ask is that a slight infringement on a female earning £80K + expenses+allowances+ two taxpayer funded homes+ bungs gets far more attention than those in Rotherham who, when they start work, are likely to be on minimum wage.

  2. Life is so much better when you have everything sorted out into clearly labelled boxes, so we all know exactly where we are.

    Women, all doubleplusgood. BAME men, good. Muslim men good, except for the very, very rare aberration that is a little bit ungood. But don’t worry, we are fixing that. In fact we think it is probably fixed already, and won’t happen again.

    White men, doubleplusungood. Boys, ungood. Girls, doubleplusgood except for those few required for other purposes which takes them out of the box altogether.

    But we are all equal, which is an amazing achievement of this best of all possible societies.

    So be sure to have a good day. Mind how you go now.

  3. Too true. Who cares about a few kids in Northern towns when there are liberal elites in London left distressed by a touching of the knee?

  4. 1. Hollywood abuse gets sympathy and exposure because the celebs have twitter accounts followed by millions of starry-eyed virtue-signalling teenagers
    2. Westminster abuse gets sympathy and exposure because, let’s face it, politics is very tribal and partisan and nobody can resist the opportunity to stick the boot into the other side.
    3. Rotherham and Rochdale girls get no exposure because they do not have either of the above reasons

    • 1 and 2 “abuse” gets sympathy because the SJWs says it matters.

      An excuse to place another nail in the coffin of society

      • Well I took that as evident. My post above was an attempt to peel back that layer and hypothesise *why* the SJWs get worked up over celebs and politicians and not the girls of Rotherham.

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